Asking What’s Tabata? It’s an early form of high-intensity interval training (HIIT); started in the 90's by Japanese professor Izumi Tabata (he used it to get speed skaters in shape for the Olympics). It involves short, four-minute bouts of explosive interval moves done for 20 seconds each for eight rounds, with a 10-second break between each round.
Tabata Interval Kettlebell Workout (do each of the following exercises for 4 minutes before moving on to the next one. For those 4 minutes, set an interval timer for 8 rounds of 20 seconds of work and 10 seconds of rest (tabata intervals). The whole workout will take 32 minutes.)
Page 1 of 31 30 Days of HIIT Advanced is a 30-day high intensity interval training weight loss oriented program. It consists of time based HIIT routines designed to challenge you independently of your fitness level. It's 100% bodyweight based,...
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A kettlebell workout is a sure way to torch calories � and fast! This total body workout will get you squatting, pressing and pulling in functional ways that will enhance real life activities. Try doing these exercises with a Tabata interval timer (8 sets of 20 second sprints with 10 seconds rest in between) for a super fat-blasting routine.